Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore West on 1969-02-28
Morning Dew, Good Morning Little School Girl, Doin' That Rag, I'm A King Bee, Turn On Your Love Light
Cryptical Envelopment-> Drums-> The Other One-> Cryptical Envelopment, Dark Star-> Saint Stephen-> The Eleven-> Death Don't Have No Mercy, Alligator-> Drums-> Alligator-> Caution (Do Not Stop on Tracks)-> Feedback-> We Bid You Good Night
Other artist(s): GD; Pentangle; Sir Douglas Quintet
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Fillmore WestLocation San Francisco, CASource <b>flac16/48kHz</b>; Ampex MM-1000 16 Track Master Reels Two Inch Wide Tape @ 15 ips; Multi Track Mix-down To a Sony PCM 1630 By Dan Healy @ 44.1KHz); Set #1 DAT x ONE by Dick Latvala-DAT x TWO; Set #2 DAT x ? by Rob Bertrando-DAT x; Editing(Adobe Audition CC)-FLAC encoding(dBpoweramp)-Tagging(Tag & Re-name)-Sample Rate Conversion(r8brain); This is a 100% Flat transfer from the DAT no signal processing what-so-ever. Some pitch correction implemented Jim WiseTaped by Dan HealyTransferred by Dick Latvala and Jim Wise
This is a 100% Flat transfer from the DAT no signal processing what-so-ever. Some pitch correction implemented
Jim Wise:March 2015
16 bit 48KHz file set
This is how it was laid out on the digital transcription by Dan Healy:
cut in Turn On Your Love light
cut in Dark Star
cut in Primal Jam
November 30, 2016
Awesome as it is, it's quite patchy & nowhere near as good as the previous night. On the other hand, a million stars for not breaking up That's It for the Other One into 4 stupid tracks. I hate it when people do that lame record-store crap.
dj Dark Star Dan
March 25, 2015
Bob & Betty recording???
I was confused as who recorded the source multi-track tapes of this show as it denotes Dan Healy. I asked Betty Cantor-Jackson to confirm who recorded it and her polite response was "That was me. I don't remember Healy ever recording any live multi-track." I asked if Bob Mathews was also recording and her response was "yes." So there it is, folks. :]
My question now is, are these Dan Healy's mix-downs of the multi-tracks to DAT and thus a Healy source? Not trying to nitpick, just want credit where credit is due.
All being said, incredible recording and show. Well worth a listen!
March 22, 2015
Greatest Alligator Ever!
I'd like to go out on a short limb and cast my vote for this being the Dead's greatest ever performance of Alligator. And by Alligator I don't just mean Alligator, I mean the 30+ minutes that is:
Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks) >
And We Bid You Good Night
I've spent a lot of time hiking and while on the trail I listen to Dead shows and compare performances. A couple of years ago I started checking out this night and ... wow this jam goes on forever, taking numerous turns through various themes. It's a very special performance, on par with the material that made the final cut of Live/Dead. A lot of people vote 1971-04-29 as the best Alligator, but not me. That performance is more of a farewell to an era. This performance, 1969-02-28, is that era at its peak.